LG Muziq Updates Sprint Fusic
Jun 26, 2007, 7:00 AM by (staff)
Sprint today announced the LG Muziq, the successor to last year's Fusic music phone. The Muziq retains all the same features of the previous model while updating the looks. It has a sleeker shape with an internal antenna. The music control pad on the cover has also been updated to a touch-sensitive unit with vibration feedback. The Muziq retains all the features of the Fusic including 1.3 Megapixel camera, which is now moved to the front of phone, stereo Bluetooth, FM transmitter and MicroSD card slot, which is now SDHC compatible. The Muziq will be available on July 15.
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Wow, where did they come up with the design
Also, its an LX model. That means Sprint. If it was VX it would go to Verizon and AX would go to Alltel, and UX goes to US Cellular.
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Rich Brome - Your Opinion
The Moto Z6m and V9m are mostly higher-end phones than the Musiq, with QVGA displays...
I've seen this before...